Forms


FORM  A

(APPLICATION FOR RECONNAISSANCE LICENCE)
 

"To be submitted in quadruplicate"

GOVERNMENT OF...................

Received at........................... (Place) on ..................... (Date)

Initial of Receiving Officer                                 Dated....  day of.......20..........

To

     .............................
 

Through

Sir,

           I/We request that a reconnaissance permit under the Mineral Concession Rules, 1960 be granted to me/us.

2. A sum of Rs....................... being the fee in respect of this application at the rate of Rs.5/= per square kilometre or part thereof payable in accordance with the Mineral Concession Rules, 1960 has been deposited.

3. The required particulars are given below :-

(I) Name of the applicant with complete address.

(ii) Is the applicant a private individual/private company/public company/firm or association?

(iii) In case applicant is:

(a)  an individual, his nationality;

(b) a company, an attested copy of the certificate of registration of the company shall enclosed;

(c) firm or association, the nationality of all the Partners of the firm or members of the  association;

(iv) Profession or nature of business of applicant;

(v) No. and date of the valid clearance certificate of payment of mining dues (copy attached);

(vi) If on the date of application does not hold a reconnaissance permit, it should be stated whether an affidavit to this effect has been furnished to the satisfaction of the State government;

(vii) Mineral or minerals which the applicant intends to prospect;

(viii) Period for which the reconnaissance permit is required;

(ix) Extent of the area the applicant wants to prospect;

(x) Details of the area in respect of which reconnaissance permit is required.
 

District                   Taluq                   Area


(xi) Particulars of the areas mineral-wise within the jurisdiction of the State Government for which the applicant or any person joint in interest with him;

(a) already holds under reconnaissance permit;

(b) has already applied for but not granted;

(c) being applied for simultaneously.

(xii) Nature of joint interest, if any;

(xiii) If the applicant intends to supervise the works, his previous experience of reconnaissance, prospecting and mining operations should be explained; if he intends to appoint a manager, the name of such manager, his qualifications, nature and extent of his previous experience should be specified and his consent letter should be attached;

(xiv) Financial resources of the applicant;

(xv) Particulars of receipted treasury challan attached for the amount referred to at 2 above.

(xvi) The works proposed to be undertaken along with their physical annual targets;

(xvii) The scheme of relinquishment of the area;

(xviii) Anticipated minimum annual expenditure (activity of work wise);

(xix) Any other particulars or sketch map which the applicant wishes to furnish.
 

I/We do hereby declare that the particulars furnished above are correct and am/are ready to furnish any other details, including accurate plans as may be required by you.

                                                                                                        Yours faithfully,

 

 

 

                                                                                (Signature and designation of the applicant)


Place


Date


* The topographical map of 1"-1 mile scale is obtainable from the office of the Survey of India Hathibarkhala, DehraDun.

 

[Detailed plan and topographical map are to be attached in quadruplicate with the original application.

Note  1. If the application is signed by an authorised agent of the applicant, Power of Attorney should be attached.

         2.  The application should relate to one compact area only.]

 

FORM  B
 

Application for Prospecting Licence

[See rule 9(1)]

                                              

"To be submitted in triplicate"

GOVERNMENT OF...................

Received at..................... (place) on................... (date) 

Initial of Receiving Officer............  Dated......  day..... of 20...

 

To,

      .........................................

 

Through........................

Sir,

           I/We request that a prospecting licence under the Mineral Concession Rules, 1960 be granted to me/us.

           2. A sum of Rs.................being the fee in respect of this application at the rate of Rs. for the first square kilometre or part thereof and Rs.10 for subsequent square kilometre or paid thereof payable in accordance with
Schedule II to the Mineral Concession Rules, 1960 has been deposited.

           3. The required particulars are given below :

           (i) Name of the applicant with complete address.

           (ii) Is the applicant a private individual/private company/public company/firm or association?

           (iii) In case applicant is;

                 (a) an individual, his nationality,

                (b) a company, an attested copy of all the certificate of registration of the company shall be enclosed.

                 (c) Omitted.

               (d) firm or association, the nationality of all the partners of the firm or member of association.

           (iv) Profession or nature of business of applicant.

           (v) Omitted.

           (via) No. and date of the valid clearance certificate of payment of mining dues (copy enclosed).

           (vib) If on the date of application the applicant does not hold a prospecting licence, it should be stated whether an affidavit to this effect has been furnished to the satisfaction of the State Government.

           (vii) Mineral or minerals which the applicant intends to prospect.

           (viii) Period for which the prospecting licence is required.

           (ix) Extent of the area the applicant wants to prospect.

District                   Taluq                   Village                   Khasra No.                   Plot No.                        Area

          
(x) (a) Does the applicant have surface rights over the area for which he requires a prospecting licence?

     (b) If not, has he obtained the consent of the owner, and the occupier of the land for undertaking prospecting operations. If so, the consent of the owner and the occupier obtained in writing be filed.

(xi) Brief description of the area with Particular reference to the following:

     (a) the situation of the area in respect to natural features such as streams etc.

    (b) in the, case of village, areas, the name of the village and if only a part of the village is applied for, the khasra number, the area in hectares of each field or part thereof applied for.

N.B- The areas shall cover whole or recognised part survey numbers.

     (c) In the case of forest areas, the name of the working circle, the range and the felling series.

   (d) For areas where no forest maps or cadastral maps are available, a sketch plan should be submitted on scale showing the area applied for together with boundary, if any, of any other existing mining lease or prospecting licence area if the area applied for has any common point or line with the boundaries of existing prospecting licence or mining lease areas.

(xii) The areas applied for should be marked on plans as detailed below:

   (a) In case a cadastral map of the area is available, the area on this map should be marked showing the name of the village, Khasra number and area in hectares of each field and part thereof.

N.B- The area applied for shall cover whole survey numbers.

   (b) In the case of forest maps, the area should be marked on the map showing the range and felling series.

   (c) In case neither cadastral nor forest maps are available, the area should be marked on sketch plan drawn to scale showing on this plan all important surface and natural features, the dimensions of the lines forming in boundary of the area and the bearing and distance of all corner points from any important, prominent and fixed point or points.

(xiii) An  affidavit that the up-to-date income tax returns, as prescribed under the Income Tax Act, 1961, have been filed, and tax due, including the tax on account of self-assessment has been paid.

(xiv) Particulars of the areas mineral-wise within the jurisdiction of the  State Government for which the applicant or any person joint in interest with him already holds under prospecting licence;

    (a) has already applied for but not granted.

    (b) being applied for simultaneously.

(xv) Nature of joint  interest, if any.

(xvi) If the applicant intends to supervise the works, his previous experience prospecting and mining should be explained; If he intends to appoint manager, the name of such manager, his qualifications, nature and extent his previous experience should be specified and his consent letter should be attached.

(xvii) Financial resources of the applicant.

(xviii) Particulars of receipted treasury challan attached for the amount referred at 2 above.

(xix) Any other particulars or sketch map which the Applicant wishes to furnish.

I/We do hereby declare that the particulars furnished above are correct and am a ready to furnish any other details, including accurate plans as may be required by you.

 

                                                                                                        Yours faithfully,

 

                                                 

                                                                                (Signature and designation of the applicant)

 

Place

 

Date

 

* The topographical map of 1"=1 mile scale is obtainable from the office of the Survey of India, Hathibarkhala, DehraDun.

           Detailed plan and topographical map are to be, attached in triplicate with the original application in case mineral applied for is a scheduled mineral.

Note    1- If the application is signed by an authorised agent of the applicant, Power of Attorney should be attached.

           2- The application should relate to one compact area only.

           3- Such large-size map, as may be available - should be attached for proper demarcation of the areas, specially when the area Applied for is 40 hectares or less.

 

FORM - I

APPLICATION FOR MINING LEASE

 

(TO BE SUBMITTED IN TRIPLICATE)

See rule 22(1) of the Mineral Concession Rules, 1960)

 

 

Government of ...........................

Received ........................at .........................(Place) on .........................(date)

Initial of Receiving Officer Dated the............................day of .........20.......

 

To,

................................

................................

Through:

 

Sir,

          1. I/We request that a mining lease under the Mineral Concession Rules, 1960 may be granted to me/us.

          2. A sum of Rs.500/- and Rs.1,000/- being the fees in respect of this application and preliminary expenses respectively payable under sub-rule (3) of rule 22 of the said rule have been deposited (vide receipt Challan No........... dated....................of the State Bank of India/Treasury..........................)

          3. The required particulars are given below :

              (i) Name of the applicant with complete address.

                  Status of the applicant

             (ii) Is the applicant a private individual/co-operative/firm/association/ private company/public company/public sector undertaking/joint sector undertaking or any other.

             (iii) In case the applicant is -

             (a) an individual, his nationality, qualifications and experience relating to Mining.

            (b) a company, an attested copy of the certificate of registration of the company shall be enclosed.

             (c) Omitted.

           (d) Firm or Association, the nationality of all the partners of the firm or members of the association, and

           (e) A co-operative the nationality of non-Indian members. If any along with place of registration and a copy of the certificate of registration.

           (iv) Profession or nature of business of applicant.

           (v) Particulars of documents appended:
 

           Document                                                                                     Reference

          
(a)  Mining dues clearance certificate

                              OR

(b) Affidavit in lieu of Mining Dues Clearance Certificate; subject to the production of mining lease dues, clearance certificate within the period of ninety days of making application.

                              OR

(c) Affidavit when not holding any mining lease.

d) Affidavit that up-to-date Income Tax Returns as prescribed under the Income Tax Act, 1961 and that the tax due including the tax on account of self-assessment has been paid.

(vi) Mineral or minerals which the applicant intends to mine.

(vii) Period for which mining lease is required.

(viii) Extent of the area for which mining lease is required.

(ix) Details of the area in respect of which mining lease is required.
 

District                    Taluq                  Village                    Khasra No.           Plot No.              Area                    Ownership-Occupancy


(x) Brief description of the area with particular reference to the following:

    (a) Does the applicant have surface rights over the area for which he is making an application for grant of a mining lease.

     (b)  If not, has he obtained the consent of the owner, and the occupier of the land for undertaking

       mining operation. If so, the consent of the owner and occupier of the land be obtained in writing

        and be filed.

(xi)  (a) The situation of the area in respect of natural features such as streams or lakes.

      (b) In the case of village areas, the name of the village, the Khasra number, the area in hectares of

             each field or part thereof applied for.

      (c) In case the area applied for is under forest, then the following particulars be given:

           (1) Forest division, Block and Range.

           (2) Legal status of the forest (namely reserved, protected, unclassified etc.)

           (3) Whether it forms part of a National Park or Wild-life Sanctuary.

           (4) Type and extent of vegetation in the area.

          (5) For areas where no forest maps or cadastral maps are available, a sketch plan should be submitted on scale showing the area applied for together with boundary, if any, of any other existing mining lease or prospecting licence area, if the area applied for has any common point or line with the boundaries of existing prospecting licence or mining lease areas.

(xii)         The area applied for should be marked on plan as detailed below :

           (a) In case a cadastral Map* of the area is available, the area on this map should he marked showing the name of the village, Khasra number and area in hectares of each field and part thereof.

           (b) In the case of forest maps the area should be marked on the map showing the range and felling series.

           (c) In case neither cadastral nor forest maps are available, the area should be marked on a sketch plan drawn to scales showing on this plan all important surface and natural features, the dimensions of the lines    forming     the boundary of the area and the bearing and distance of all corner points from any important, prominent and fixed   point or    points       (No.1(3)/68-MII Dt.30.3.68)

(xiii)         Particulars of the area mineral-wise in each State duly supported by an     affidavit  for which the  applicant or any person joint in interest with him.

           (a)  already holds under mining lease;

           (b) has already applied for but not granted;

           (c) being applied for simultaneously.

(xiv)     Nature of joint in interest, if any.

(xv)         (a) Does the applicant hold a prospecting licence over the area mentioned at (xi) above? If so,  give its number and date of grant and the date when it is due to expire.

           (b)     Has the applicant carried out the prospecting operations over the area held under prospecting licence and sent his report to the State Government, as required by rule 16 of the Mineral Concession Rules, 1960? If not, state reasons for not doing so.

(xvi)             Broad parameters of the mineral/ore body/bodies.

           (a)     Strike length, average width and dip.

           (b)     Wall rocks on hanging and foot wall sides.

           (c)     Whether area is considerably disturbed geologically or is comparatively free of geological disturbance? (copy of geological map of the area is to be attached).

           (d)     Reserves assessed with their grade's (chemical analysis reports of         representative samples are to be attached).

           (e)     Whether the area is virgin? If not, the extent to which it has already been worked. In case there are old workings, their locations are to be shown on the geological map of the area.

(xvii)             Broad parameters of the mine

           (a)     Proposed date of commencement of the mining operations.

           (b)     Proposed rate of mineral production during the first 5 years (year-wise).

           (c)     Proposed rate of production when mine is fully developed.

           (d)     Anticipated life of the mine.

           (e)     Proposed method of mining (Underground or opencast)

           (i)     If underground, the method of approach to the deposit mineral/ore whether through inclines or shafts.

           (ii)     If opencast, the over-burden to ore ratio and overall pit slope.

           (f)     Nature of the land chosen for dumping over burden/waste and tailings (that is type of land  whether agricultural, grazing land, barren, saline land etc.) and whether proposed site has   been shown on the mine working plan. Give also the extent of area in hectares set apart for dumping of waste and tailings.

(xviii)        A report giving the details of prospecting carried out in the am together with     assessment of the ore reserves, geological plans, results of chemical analysis of the representative samples, and boreholes and logs.

(xix)       Manner in which the mineral raised is to be utilised.

           (a) (i) If for captive use, the location of plant and industry.

                (ii) For sale for indigenous consumption.

           (b) If for exports to foreign countries indicate.

           (i) Names of the countries to which it is likely to be exported where the 

                mine is being set up on 100% export oriented or tied-up basis.

           (ii)   Whether mineral will be exported in raw form or after processing. 

                   Also indicate the stage of processing, whether intermediate stage or final 

                    stage of the end-product.

           (c) It it is to be used within the country, indicate -

           (i) The industry/industries in which it would be used.

           (ii) Whether it will be supplied in raw form or after processing

                 (crushing/grinding/beneficiation/calcining).

           (iii)         Whether it would need up gradation and if so, whether it is proposed to set up beneficiation plant. Also indicate the capacity of such plant and the time by which it would be set up.

           (d)     In case of coal, or other high bulk minerals/ores details of existing railway     transport facility available and additional transport facility, if any, required.

(xx)      Name, qualification and experience of the Technical Personnel available for supervising the mines.

(xxi)      (i) Financial resources of the applicant.

            (ii) Anticipated yearly financial investment during the course of mine construction and aggregate investment up to the stage of commencement of commercial production.

(xxii)    (a) Nature of waste water, (e.g. whether acidic). If so, expected pH value.

           (b) The application form should be accompanied by a statement of the salient features of the scheme of mining. This should be generally on the lines of the "Project at a Glance" given in a mining feasibility report including features relating to the protection of environment.

           I/We do hereby declare that the particulars furnished above are correct and am/are ready to furnish any other details including accurate plans and security deposit, as may be required by you.

Place : ..................           Yours faithfully,

Date : ....................

                              Signature of the applicant

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*The topographical map of 1"=1 mile scale is obtainable from the office of the Survey of India, Hathibarkhala, DehraDun. Detailed plan and topographical map are to be attached in triplicate with the original application in case mineral applied for is a scheduled mineral.

Note 1-  If the application is signed by an authorised agent of the applicant, then the Power of Attorney should be attached.

Note 2 - The application should relate to one compact area only except when the application for mining lease is for an area already held under prospecting licence by the applicant.

Note 3 -     Such large size map, as may be available should be attached for proper      demarcation of the area, specially when the area applied for is 40 hectares or less (No.MII-152(58)/61

 


 


 

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